The primary organisations of the Soviet Communist Party in non-production institutions
The thesis examines the powers and tasks of primary party organisations (PPO's) in non-production institutions in terms of a concept I have called "staff generalism". Based on a number of Western line-staff models the concept proposes that a PPO's principal task is to monitor and work for long-term improvement in the performance of its "host" organisation. The closely integrated nature of the PPO's relationship with the "host" organisation provides the setting for the performance of...[Show more]
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